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  • Cruz: Trump Parachutes In Like Mick Jagger,Gives A Performance And Leaves

    04/27/2016 1:36:14 PM PDT · by Biggirl · 74 replies ^ | April 27, 2016 | Pam Key
    Wednesday, Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) likened opponent Donald Trump to the Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger, arguing he likes to “show up at a football stadium, give some performance and then leave” at a press availability in Indianapolis, IN.
  • Fashion Designer L'Wren Scott Found Dead in Apparent Suicide in NYC

    03/17/2014 10:05:15 AM PDT · by ColdOne · 76 replies ^ | 3/17/14 | Good Morning America
    Fashion designer L'Wren Scott was found dead today in her Manhattan apartment of an apparent suicide, according to New York police. She was 47 years old. According to authorities, police were called to her Chelsea apartment at 10:05 a.m. and found her body. A medical examiner will determine the cause of death. Scott was a renowned stylist and fashion designer whose clothes have been worn by A-listers including Nicole Kidman, Angelina Jolie and Penelope Cruz. In February, she announced that she had canceled her London Fashion Week show.
  • Mick Jagger zings President Obama at DC concert

    06/24/2013 8:39:07 PM PDT · by schm0e · 42 replies
    Twitchy via Drudge ^ | 9:32 pm on June 24, 2013 | Twitchy Staff
    Mick Jagger zinger at Verizon Center: "I don't think President Obama is here tonight... But I'm sure he's listening in."
  • Mick Jagger: Two cheers for an aging frontman

    05/18/2012 7:15:39 AM PDT · by Oratam · 40 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | May 17, 2012 | Scott Galupo
    Mick Jagger will close out this season of NBC's "Saturday Night Live" as both host and, along with Foo Fighters and Arcade Fire, musical guest. He does so at a moment when his professional reputation is not exactly at its high water mark.[snip] I will take the admixture of flops and gems that Late Jagger yields over what I'm getting from Late Richards — which is not much of anything.
  • Rock & Roll Vampires

    06/30/2010 10:23:59 AM PDT · by kbennkc · 5 replies
    Rolling Stone ^ | 30 JUN 10 | staff photographer
    The Vampire Chronicles See Miley Cyrus, Mick Jagger, Justin Bieber, the Beatles and Madonna go 'Twilight: Eclipse
  • JERRY HALL: Climate change is the biggest threat the world has ever seen

    03/22/2009 7:26:15 PM PDT · by melt · 61 replies · 1,959+ views
    dailymail, ^ | 3/21/09 | Jerry Hall
    Just like any mother, over the years I have worried about my children's schoolwork, the food they eat, their happiness. But the issues I used to worry about while bringing up Elizabeth, James, Georgia May and Gabriel seem small fry when I consider that their very future is now at stake. Climate change is the biggest threat the world has ever known and it is happening right in front of our eyes. All the experts say governments need to act now if we're to have any chance of saving our children from It is really just common sense. After all,...
  • Robert Plant is top seed in rock n' roll poll while Mick Jagger just scrapes the top ten

    01/07/2009 4:24:10 PM PST · by ConservativeStatement · 69 replies · 1,909+ views
    Daily Mail (UK) ^ | January 2, 2009 | Caroline Graham
    He's one of our most beloved rock stars famous for his huge mouth, snake hips and distinctive vocal style. But Mick Jagger has come only ninth in a poll of the greatest voices in rock. It was the high-pitched rough-edged wail of Led Zeppelin front man Robert Plant that won the title after he came first in a vote organised by digital radio station Planet Rock.
  • Sir Mick Jagger Parties With Jade And Daughters In London's Automat Nightclub

    05/10/2008 10:39:28 AM PDT · by blam · 17 replies · 5,059+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 5-10-2008 | Tom Chivers
    Sir Mick Jagger parties with Jade and daughters in London's Automat nightclub By Tom Chivers Last Updated: 11:24AM BST 10/05/2008 Three generations of Jaggers were out partying this week in a trendy London nightspot.Amba, Jade and Assisi Jagger at the Automat nightclub Dominic O'Neill Amba Jagger at Automat Mick, daughter Jade and granddaughters Amba and Assisi descended upon the Automat club, in Mayfair, to celebrate the launch of an ice-pick. The children, aged 12 and 15 respectively, courted controversy by wearing outfits more suited to adults. Amba wore a black-and-white patterned mini-dress, while her sister wore a flimsy black satin...
  • Five Years of Failure (barf)

    03/14/2008 1:19:34 PM PDT · by Parmenio · 16 replies · 847+ views
    The Guardian ^ | March 14, 2008 | Bianca Jagger
    If George Bush and Tony Blair had presided as CEOs over deceptive and fraudulent practices in the City comparable to those they are guilty of with regard to Iraq, they would have been immediately and unceremoniously sacked. Five years on, the legacy of the Iraq war is now clear. Let us look at the balance sheet. Based on an extrapolation from the figures of the Lancet study, more than 1 million Iraqi civilians have died - a figure that might even eclipse the genocide in Rwanda.
  • Bianca Jagger to be booted from home [her Park Avenue apartment because of her immigration status]

    10/18/2007 4:33:34 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 27 replies · 394+ views
    Jagger to be booted from home From correspondents in New York October 19, 2007 08:59am Article from: Reuters A NEW York appeals court has ruled that a landlord can evict Bianca Jagger from her Park Avenue apartment because of her immigration status. The former wife of Rolling Stone Mick Jagger has lived in the rent-stabilised apartment for 20 years and argued that it was her primary residence and her landlord should be barred from evicting her. A British citizen who was born in Nicaragua, Jagger is in the United States on a B-2 tourist visa. Her lawyer Ryan Goldstein had...
  • (Mick) Jagger Payout Is In Divorce Top 10

    04/13/2007 7:25:37 PM PDT · by blam · 19 replies · 2,452+ views
    Jagger payout is in divorce top 10 Last Updated: 1:47am BST 14/04/2007 Jerry Hall has made the Top 10 in the Forbes magazine list of the most expensive celebrity divorces. Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall: the 10th priciest celebrity divorce She was awarded between £7.5 million and £12.5 million when she filed for divorce from Mick Jagger, after he fathered a Brazilian model's child. The Rolling Stone, worth an estimated £162.5 million at the time according to the magazine, had challenged the legality of their Balinese wedding. Despite the size of the settlement, Miss Hall only managed tenth place. Top...
  • It's only censorship, but they like it ( The Hypocrisy of the Rolling Stones in China)

    04/10/2006 10:08:52 AM PDT · by SirLinksalot · 10 replies · 891+ views ^ | 04/10/2006 | Doug Powers
    It's only censorship, but they like it-------------------------------------------------------- Posted: April 10, 2006 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2006 Mentioning "censorship" to artists is like saying "milk" to the lactose intolerant, but sometimes you can get them to sneak a sip provided it's to stave off osteoporosis and/or make headlines. It seems like only yesterday that Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones were hesitant, but agreed to, have their Super Bowl halftime show very briefly censored, with the microphone volume being lowered at the appropriate lyrical moment during two songs. The networks, still reeling from Janet Jackson's "wardrobe malfunction" a couple years...
  • The Stones will play Shanghai, but China hasn't rolled out the red carpet

    04/06/2006 8:12:32 AM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 18 replies · 701+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | April 6, 2006 | Kathleen E. McLaughlin
    Shanghai -- When the Rolling Stones take to their first mainland China stage Saturday, their audience isn't likely to look much different than one in San Francisco. Rather than to a sea of Chinese faces, the band will play to an international crowd. A unique mix of censorship, daunting bureaucracy and an immature commercial market make China -- a potentially lucrative place to tap a new, hip audience -- into something of a wasteland when it comes to the type of big concerts that generate viewers on pay-per-view in the United States. The Western rock and pop acts popular among...
  • Eye of the Storm: Bianca, Free Akbar Ganji [Must Read]

    12/07/2005 12:00:02 PM PST · by F14 Pilot · 19 replies · 3,256+ views
    Iran va Jahan ^ | Wednesday, December 07, 2005 | Amir Taheri
    It all started as a rather pleasant, if not exciting evening. We had heard a speech from British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw once again trying to "explain" the evil of Islamofascim in pseudo-theological, rather than political, terms. But that had been compensated for with a poem from the great mystic poet Roumi recited by Iranian journalist Nazanin Ansari. Apart from the usual contingent of "the great and the good" most of the 800 or so people present were media people and their friends, come to cheer or boo as the Foreign Press Association in London distributed its annual prizes. The...
  • CA: Jackson, Jagger to visit death row inmate (Je$$e and Bianca set to visit Tookie Williams)

    11/21/2005 11:33:30 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 50 replies · 2,043+ views
    ap on Monterey Herald ^ | 11/21/05 | AP - San Quentin
    SAN QUENTIN, Calif. - The Rev. Jesse Jackson and celebrity activist Bianca Jagger were set to visit death row inmate Stanley Tookie Williams on Monday, according to the inmate's spokeswoman. Jackson and Jagger, a former model once married to rock legend Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones, will visit Williams before holding a news conference outside the gates of San Quentin State Prison, Barbara Becnel said. Williams' execution is set for Dec. 13. He was convicted in 1979 of killing four people during two Los Angeles robberies. While on death row, he's received international acclaim for an array of peace...
  • NEW STONES ALBUM A BOMB? ("Sweet NeoCon" not attracting record buyers)

    10/14/2005 7:25:26 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 126 replies · 2,396+ views
    Federal Review ^ | 10/14/05
    Fox News is reporting that the latest album by the Rolling Stones, "A Bigger Bang," is "less than a month old, [and] already out of the Top 50.""A Bigger Bang" is the album that features "Sweet Neo-Con," a rare poltical song from the band, and one that attacks President Bush and Condoleezza Rice as "full of sh-t."Fox also reports that the latest album by frequent Bush critic Barbra Streisand, "Guilty Pleasures," "has caused little excitement even among her rabid fans."Both the Stones and Streisand are acts that appeal to the adult segment of the music buying public. Approximately half that...
  • Bianca Jagger seeks to kindle U.S.-Iran dialogue

    09/13/2005 2:46:10 PM PDT · by F14 Pilot · 23 replies · 780+ views
    Reuters ^ | 13 Sep 2005
    TEHRAN, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Back in 1968 Mick Jagger had plenty of "Sympathy for the Devil", but his first wife Bianca is far more critical of "The Great Satan" and fears U.S. unwillingness to talk to Iran could lead to conflict. Rights campaigner Jagger, the Council of Europe's goodwill ambassador, has travelled to Iran with a group called "U.S. Academics for Peace", seeking to ensure the Islamic Republic does not become the next Iraq. The group argues the mudslinging rhetoric branding the United States as "The Great Satan" and Iran as part of the "axis of evil" is one...
  • Jagger's drug claim revealed

    08/26/2005 11:25:41 AM PDT · by Born Conservative · 16 replies · 933+ views
    Sir Mick Jagger claimed police tried to plant "white powder" on him during a drugs bust at his Chelsea home in May 1969. The "fit me up" claim is contained in documents just released at The National Archives. Mick got nicked - and no satisfaction with his claim. Scotland Yard dismissed it. The Yard said that the Rolling Stones singer was associated with "the world of users of dangerous drugs". Which proves that you really can't always get what you want. See the original crime reports ......brown sugar with that?
  • WSJ: Ghost Busters - A quiet majority replaces Vietnam's "silent majority."

    08/26/2005 6:13:56 AM PDT · by OESY · 13 replies · 1,132+ views ^ | August 26, 2005 | Daniel Henninger
    ...Richard Nixon, amid a similar low ebb of popularity with Vietnam, gave a famous speech in 1969. This was the year after the Tet offensive, which caused Walter Cronkite's famous Hagel-like throwing in of the towel. In that speech Nixon described a "great silent majority" in America. The idea, of course, was that the daily media attention commanded by the antiwar movement was missing a class of Americans who sat home seething at the behavior of the protesters. Today, because of the Internet, no one has to seethe in silence, as wired activists in both parties proved in 2004's high-tech...
  • Politician won't drop Stones hit

    08/23/2005 6:23:32 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 45 replies · 1,212+ views
    Herald Sun ^ | 24 august 2005
    GERMANY'S conservatives said today they would continue to play the Rolling Stones song Angie on their leader Angela Merkel's campaign trail despite complaints from the band and requests from a record company to stop. "The song will be played tonight" at a rally in Hamburg, said a spokeswoman for Ms Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) which is tipped to win September elections, paving the way for her to become Germany's first woman chancellor. She said that the party had been assured by the German music copyright group GEMA that they were allowed to use the Stones' 1973 hit. The European...
  • Rolling Stones getting cold shoulder

    08/23/2005 6:57:40 AM PDT · by Gadzuggs · 25 replies · 1,023+ views
    Tickets go on sale Saturday for the Rolling Stones' Omaha concert. Prices range from $62 to $352. How much would you pay to see the Stones? · I'd pay any price. 198 · I'd try for the mid-range. 432 · I'd go for the "cheap" seats. 840 · You'd have to pay ME to go. 2420 · I have no opinion. 217 Your browser must support cookies and must have cookies enabled in order for you to vote
  • Stones raise voices against war

    08/21/2005 7:36:10 AM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 51 replies · 1,282+ views
    The Boston Herald ^ | August 21, 2005 | Larry Katz
    ``George Bush doesn't listen to us,'' Keith Richards said. But that's not the only reason the Rolling Stones, who open their world tour at Fenway Park today, won't be getting an invitation to the White House anytime soon. The Brit rockers' new CD, ``A Bigger Bang,'' comes out Sept. 6, but Matt Drudge and other right-wing media types are already foaming at the mouth after discovering the lyrics to one of its songs, ``Sweet Neo Con,'' a scarcely disguised savaging of the commander in chief.
  • Mick and the boys blast Bush on new CD (FR post quoted)

    08/16/2005 1:14:30 PM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 174 replies · 3,899+ views
    Portsmouth Herald News, NH ^ | August 16, 2005 | Helen Kennedy , New York Daily News
    The normally apolitical Rolling Stones have no sympathy for President Bush. In the refrain of the 13th track on their upcoming album, frontman Mick Jagger belts out the refrain: "How come you’re so wrong, my sweet neo-con?" "You call yourself a Christian, I call you a hypocrite," the verse goes. "You call yourself a patriot. Well, I think you are full of s--! Fans have been buzzing about the tune for months, with many up in arms over rumors that Virgin Records cut it from the final disc, fearing America’s conservative-owned radio networks and big box chain stores would refuse...
  • Mick Jagger Denies Bush Criticism

    08/11/2005 3:42:20 PM PDT · by 05 Mustang GT Rocks · 52 replies · 1,487+ views
    FOXNews ^ | 08/11/2005 | AP
    NEW YORK — The Rolling Stones' upcoming album contains a song seemingly critical of President Bush (search), but Mick Jagger denies it's directed at him, according to the syndicated TV show "Extra." "It is not really aimed at anyone," Jagger said on the entertainment-news show's Wednesday edition. "It's not aimed, personally aimed, at President Bush. It wouldn't be called 'Sweet Neo Con' if it was."
  • Jagger denies song is jibe at Bush

    08/11/2005 10:28:25 AM PDT · by familyop · 55 replies · 1,611+ views
    The Telegraph ^ | 11AUG05 | The Telegraph
    Mick Jagger has insisted that a song on the new Rolling Stones album called Sweet Neo Con is not about US President George Bush. The rocker admitted the song is critical of some of the Bush administration's policies, but pointed out that it does not mention the President directly. But the military contractor Halliburton, which used to be run by Vice President Dick Cheney and has been awarded key Iraq contracts, does come in for criticism. "It's not really aimed at anyone," Jagger told US television show Extra. "It's not aimed, personally aimed, at President Bush. It wouldn't be called...
  • New Stones tune may have honcho turning a deaf ear (Ameriquest fallout?)

    08/11/2005 4:21:40 AM PDT · by jimbo123 · 31 replies · 1,373+ views
    NY Daily News ^ | 8/11/05 | Lloyd Grove
    President Bush's controversial nominee for ambassador to the Netherlands, Ameriquest Capital founder Roland Arnall, might be regretting his company's high-profile sponsorship of the Rolling Stones' U.S. concert tour. Arnall's mortgage company is spending millions of dollars to tout the Stones tour and Ameriquest's sweepstakes for travel, lodging and concert seats - never mind that Mick Jagger is releasing a tune apparently attacking Arnall's patrons in the Bush administration. The lyrics of "Sweet Neo Con" include such broadsides as: "Democracy's our style/ Unless you are against us/ Then it's prison without trial./ But one thing that is certain/ Life is good...
  • Jagger Says Song Not an Anti-Bush Tirade (MICK STARTS DANCIN' BACKWARDS)

    08/10/2005 5:12:27 PM PDT · by Chi-townChief · 174 replies · 4,913+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | 8/10/05 | AP
    The Rolling Stones' upcoming album contains a song seemingly critical of President Bush, but Mick Jagger denies it's directed at him, according to the syndicated TV show "Extra." "It is not really aimed at anyone," Jagger said on the entertainment-news show's Wednesday edition. "It's not aimed, personally aimed, at President Bush. It wouldn't be called 'Sweet Neo Con' if it was." The song is from the new album, "A Bigger Bang," set for release Sept. 6. There is no mention of Bush or Iraq. But it does refer to military contractor Halliburton, which was formerly run by Vice President Cheney...
  • Gimme Shelter from the Hypocrite Rolling Stones

    08/10/2005 3:16:44 PM PDT · by forty_years · 42 replies · 2,851+ views
    netWMD - The War to Mobilize Democracy ^ | August 10, 2005 | Andrew L. Jaffee
    The Rolling Stones’ music has been downright awful since Tattoo You (1981) – but Mick Jagger’s big lips keep on yammering. Mick, the great arrogant hypocrite, with a net worth of $500,000,000.00, and 7 children he couldn’t give a damn about, is now lecturing American conservatives about morality: The Rolling Stones, not exactly a band at the forefront of rock 'n' roll activism, are taking aim at the American right with a new song on their upcoming album, according to Newsweek magazine. The track, "Sweet Neo Con," boasts the line, "You call yourself a Christian, I call you a hypocrite/You...
  • Ameriquest Rolling Stones Onstage Sweepstakes

    08/10/2005 2:28:25 PM PDT · by big'ol_freeper · 8 replies · 952+ views
    Ameriquest Rolling Stones Onstage SweepstakesNot only the NFL is sponsoring the Rolling Stones, but Ameriquest Mortgage is doing the same by sponsoring a sweepstakes. Anyone interested in contacting Ameriquest can do so here: Ameriquest Mortgage Co. 1100 Town and Country Rd Orange, CA 92868 888-877-5336 or to make online comments go to the bottom of this page:Ameriquest online comments
  • "Won't Start Me Up": Tell the NFL To Drop The Rolling Stones (Debbie Schlussel Alert)

    08/10/2005 12:38:39 PM PDT · by goldstategop · 57 replies · 2,604+ views
    Debbie ^ | 08/10/05 | Debbie Schlussel
    Won't "Start Me Up": Tell the NFL to Drop the Rolling Stones By Debbie Schlussel As I first reported here, weeks ago (later reported on Drudge--yesterday), the Rolling Stones have a song on their new album, entitled "Sweet Neo-con," which attacks President Bush, Christians, America, and the war in Iraq. That's bad enough. But now, the NFL plans to feature the Stones in their NFL Monday Night broadcasts, this season. As reported, yesterday, by my friend, Detroit Free Press rock critic Brian McCollum (the only conservative rock critic for a major American newspaper), the NFL plans a whole season joint...
  • Rolling Stones new cd reviewed (my first vanity)

    08/10/2005 10:08:57 AM PDT · by Berlin_Freeper · 25 replies · 1,140+ views
    Finally I have a vanity post worthy of Freepers... A friend of mine here in Germany is a music editor for a magazine. He is a true blue lifelong Rolling Stones fan (as well as a leftie) and has been to a Pre-Listening Session of the new Rolling Stones album today. Now this is exactly what he told me about it: "It sucks."
  • 'The Rolling Stones' Join Forces with ABC and NFL

    08/10/2005 6:24:17 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 79 replies · 2,313+ views New York ^ | August 10, 2005
    New York-WABC, August 10, 2005) — 'The Rolling Stones' are joining forces with ABC And the NFL to promote a new album "A Bang" and tour. Footage from the Stones Detroit show will air during the one hour pregame special before the "Patriots" face the "Raiders" on September 8th. The band's music will be featured in promos and during replays on "Monday night football" throughout the rest of the season.
  • Roiling Stones stick it to Bush (FR mentioned...)

    08/10/2005 3:44:04 AM PDT · by jimbo123 · 77 replies · 2,120+ views
    NY Daily News ^ | 8/10/05 | Helen Kennedy
    The normally apolitical Rolling Stones have no sympathy for President Bush. In the refrain of the 13th track on their upcoming album, Mick Jagger belts out the refrain: "How come you're so wrong, my sweet neo-con?" "You call yourself a Christian, I call you a hypocrite," the verse goes. "You call yourself a patriot. Well, I think you are full of s---! Fans have been buzzing about the tune, with many up in arms over rumors that Virgin Records cut it from the final disk, fearing America's conservative-owned radio networks and big-box chain stores would refuse to play or stock...

    08/09/2005 6:10:28 AM PDT · by since1868 · 131 replies · 2,580+ views
    Drudge ^ | 08/09 | Drudge
    XXXXX DRUDGE REPORT XXXXX TUE AUG 09, 2003 08:02:25 ET XXXXX JAGGER ROCKS BUSH: 'HOW COME YOU'RE SO WRONG, MY SWEET NEO-CON' "You call yourself a Christian, I call you a hypocrite/ You call yourself a patriot. Well, I think your are full of sh*t!... How come you're so wrong, my sweet neo-con." Ready to drop in the coming weeks, a new Bush-bashing tune from the ROLLING STONES: "Sweet Neo Con." "It is direct," Mick Jagger says with a laugh to fresh editions of NEWSWEEK. "Keith [Roberts] said, 'It's not really metaphorical.' I think he's a bit worried because he...
  • Dodd, Harry & Russia

    02/06/2005 12:44:58 PM PST · by Willie Green · 7 replies · 634+ views
    The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review ^ | Sunday, February 6, 2005 | Dateline D.C.
    WASHINGTON -- Sen. Christopher Dodd, the very liberal Connecticut Democrat, wrote of his recent visit to Venezuela in a letter to the editor of The Washington Post. Hugo Chavez, the neo-Marxist military leader, was "democratically elected," Mr. Dodd notes; he urges the White House "to reconsider its failed approach to Venezuela." In just the same way, Dodd would welcome back Jean-Bertrand Aristide, his best friend in Haiti. Dodd is known in Washington as "the senator from accounting," a richly earned sobriquet for the legislation he initiated that would have protected the Arthur Andersen firm for its role in the Enron...
  • True Brit Jagger won't rock the vote (Mick content to shut up and sing)

    10/20/2004 10:32:32 AM PDT · by Area Freeper · 87 replies · 2,724+ views
    NY Daily News ^ | 10/20/04 | Rush & Malloy
    President Bush and Sen. John Kerry can be grateful that at least one British rock star is keeping his opinions to himself. Unlike Sting - who this week told a German newspaper that Kerry lacks humor but that he would "rather vote for a chimpanzee than Bush" - Mick Jagger believes in letting England's former colony sort out its own affairs. On Monday, when we ran into Jagger at the premiere of "Alfie" (he and Dave Stewart did the soundtrack), we asked if he'd been following the presidential race. "How can you avoid it?" laughed the Rolling Stone, who'd been...
  • Bush re-election would threaten world peace, says Bianca Jagger

    10/06/2004 1:30:37 PM PDT · by fanfan · 99 replies · 3,288+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | Oct.6/04 | Yahoo News
    MONTREAL (CP) - The re-election of George W. Bush as U.S. president would threaten world peace, the first wife of Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger said Wednesday. "I think President Bush (news - web sites) is in my view, if I may say so, the most dangerous man in power today," Bianca Jagger told reporters after addressing the opening of the second global conference against the death penalty. "There is a threat not only for the people of the United States but if he is elected, I feel it would be a threat for the world and would unfortunately put...
  • Caption Mick Jagger at Cannes screening of 'Fahrenheit 911'

    05/17/2004 10:20:05 AM PDT · by ejdrapes · 96 replies · 578+ views
    AP | May 17, 2004 | AP
  • Mick Jagger to Get Knighthood on Dec. 12

    12/02/2003 9:39:01 PM PST · by SkyPilot · 37 replies · 766+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 3 Dec 03 | Unknown
    LONDON - After months of uncertainty, Mick Jagger has managed to fit Queen Elizabeth II into his busy schedule. The Rolling Stones star said Tuesday that he will go to Buckingham Palace on Dec. 12 to accept his knighthood. After difficulties caused by his touring schedule, Jagger was initially slated to be knighted on Dec. 10, the same date as rugby star Jonny Wilkinson will be made a Member of the Order of the British Empire, or MBE. But Jagger did not want to distract attention away from the man who led England to the rugby World Cup title last...
  • Jumping Jack Flash: Mick Jagger at 60

    07/28/2003 12:42:40 PM PDT · by bedolido · 38 replies · 1,146+ views
    Yahooooooooo ^ | 07/25/03 | Joal Ryan
    If you were uncertain of the definition of "sexagenarian," you may have thought Mick Jagger's been one for ages. But, no, the legendary rock 'n' roll Lothario doesn't join the group's ranks until Saturday. When he turns 60. Let the International House of Pancakes discounts begin... Jagger and his Rolling Stones mates, including fellow sexagenarian Charlie Watts, will mark the occasion with a private, if paparazzi-stalked birthday bash somewhere in the capital of the Czech Republic. (The band's on a layover there, scheduled to play to 60,000 Sunday night at Letna Park.) Details of the Prague party are under wraps....
  • Jagger Says First Stones Songs Were 'Crap'

    10/13/2002 5:06:31 PM PDT · by blam · 172 replies · 993+ views
    IOL ^ | 10-13-2002
    Jagger says first Stones songs were 'crap' October 13 2002 at 05:35PMMick and Keef: "Nobody has been scumbag rockers like us and lived to tell the tale." Photo: AP London - The first songs penned by Rolling Stones Mick Jagger and Keith Richard were so sentimental they were ashamed of them, Jagger told BBC Radio in an interview to be broadcast on Sunday. "We couldn't write rock songs. We just wrote these crap ballads," he told Britain's Radio Five Live, in extracts of an interview that were released before Sunday's broadcast. The band's first five hits were all cover versions...